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Romans: What God Wants to Teach Us

13 hours


No book in the entire Bible has had such an impact for theological conversion as Paul's Epistle to the Romans.

St. Augustine came to Christ on hearing Romans 13:11-14; Martin Luther's study of the book brought him to an understanding of salvation by grace alone through faith; John Wesley's heart was "strangely warmed" as he listened to the reading of Luther's Preface to the Book of Romans at a little Moravian chapel in Aldersgate; and Karl Barth sounded the death knell of pre-World War I liberal theology with his Commentary on Romans.

Now, Dr. John Warwick Montgomery provides a long-awaited popular exposition of the book from the standpoint of historic Reformation and evangelical commitment.

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